Article Marketing Tips - How To Teach Hard Topics
SubmitYourArticle.com teach you how to tackle those hard to understand topics when article marketing.
(York Thursday 28 February 2013) Many people may be wrong in thinking they’ve written about every aspect of their subject area. It is quite common for an article submitter to either skip over or avoid certain topics in his or her niche. However, it is quite common for a writer to either skip over or avoid certain topics in their niche because they find them to difficult to explain or feel that the concept is too hard for their audience to understand.
Article marketing company SubmitYourArticle.com has many suggestions on how to teach challenging topics in an accessible and straightforward manner. The following five tips strike at the heart of teaching advanced and challenging topics when you are article marketing.
First, it may help to write down everything you know on the topic and break it down into distinct steps of knowledge. For example, if you were to teach about keyword research, the first step of knowledge is explaining what a keyword is. The next step may be explaining how keywords can help you in your articles.
If you are teaching a hard or advanced topic, then it likely has several layers of knowledge that you need to convey, rather than trying to cover it all in one article. A good approach would be to break the topic down as far as possible and cover the different parts in different articles.
Second, SubmitYourArticle.com suggests that you give the topic context. A person may not even know this more advanced topic in your niche exists. You need to start with something the reader already knows in order to give the more advanced topic context. It might be as simple as providing a little background information.
The third tip you should keep in mind when crafting your article submissions is to take feedback seriously. If the topic that you are covering is complicated and essential to your niche, then chances are that you routinely get questions or feedback on that topic. These questions may come from customers, blog comments, or people whom you talk to in person. Really listen to the questions that people ask about that topic, and then create articles that answer them.
When marketing with articles, it can be tempting to try and show off your expertise, but SumbitYourArticle.com’s fourth tip is to KISS (“Keep it simple, stupid”). This is the idea that systems and teaching work best if they are designed and presented in the simplest way possible.
Finally, be a cheerleader to your audience. As the teacher (the article writer), part of your job is to encourage your reader to tackle the harder topics in your niche and be sensitive to their fears. Empathize with them, remembering what you felt like when you were at their level of learning.
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